Somerset Chancellor Court
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it was only the next day when my whole lips and jaw ached a bit that noticed. When we left here, we got the taxi to drop us off at the War Remnants Museum which was opened on 4th September 1975. The museum specialises in research, collection, preserving and exhibiting the remnant proofs of Vietnam War crimes and their consequences. A lot of the museum was reading the boards in different sections and looking at the pictures which I couldn't really be bothered to ...
... We got our bus back to the station and had an uneventful night of packing and planning for the next part of our journey. We are flying to Da Nang tomorrow to get to Hoi An which is famous for its very cheap tailor made clothes. Hence, why we have pre booked a hotel for five nights to have time for the three day tailoring process. 20th June - Early morning we get a taxi to the airport for our flight to Da Nang. We got the taxi from the hostel and prearranged the price so it only ...
... was enthralling to say the least. Old and young musicians played traditional instruments made of rustic materials such as bamboo, stone, hammer and coir chord. Not only did they create melody with their instruments but also replicated various sounds from nature to entice the listeners and to demonstrate the versatility of their skill as well as that of the instruments.
Dancers in bright colored costumes invited our group to join them in a ceramic cups dance. Swaying to ...
... museum would be closing in 5 minutes and we needed to vacate the premises. We left feeling severely depressed. The things people do to each other is enough to make you lose all hope of humanity.
We hailed a taxi back and dropped the Swiss girl off at a French bookshop so she could buy a book to read. We then got dropped off at our hotel and went to buy a few bits from the mini mart. We then went upstairs to our room, climbed into bed and Edd ...
... how this goes on. I concelebrated with a hundred priests from many dioceses and a bishop who came from a Northern part of the country where the passed away priest came from. Everybody wore a white headscarf, a sign of mourning, it seems. The ceremony was held in a huge new church that can hold a thousand people and it was nearly full. After the funerals, they had the casket tour the church a sign of farewell, after what the body was to ...